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There is no escape from the horrific world of 28 DAYS LATER, the comic that plunges readers back into fray of a world overrun with the infected!The film that changed horror forever continues here! Selena and her new comrades struggle against the infected, the American presence in the UK…and themselves. Selena is a survivor but even she must give pause when the mission hasThere is no escape from the horrific world of 28 DAYS LATER, the comic that plunges readers back into fray of a world overrun with the infected!The film that changed horror forever continues here! Selena and her new comrades struggle against the infected, the American presence in the UK…and themselves. Selena is a survivor but even she must give pause when the mission has her breaking into the land she fought so hard to get out of. They have no supplies. Most of their crew has been killed. They must get to London, but will they make it?...

Title : 28 Days Later Omnibus
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ISBN : 9781608863860
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 544 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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28 Days Later Omnibus Reviews

  • Lono
    2018-10-16 03:55

    Surprisingly good. I’ve been staying away from any “zombie” horror (I know they’re not really zombies) do to the amount the genre has oversaturated entertainment in general since The Walking Dead juggernaut has been rampaging through popular culture. Glad I gave this a chance. Fans of either film will certainly find something to enjoy here. Probably would not be appreciated as much by someone who has not at least seen 28 Days Later.This omnibus both fills the gap between the 2 films (28 Days Later and 28 Weeks Later) and even returns to some of their set pieces. Took me a while to warm up to the new characters introduced, but ultimately it sucked me in. I thought Michael Alan Nelson did an admirable job at pacing the book and building tension overall. Mike had an impossible task trying to mimic the frenetic qualities of the films on paper without the aid of a loud soundtrack or jumpy camera. Largely he was successful in replicating the anxiety, stress, and hopelessness of the originals. The feeling of menace from the infected (and the uninfected) is tangible and it spans the entire collection.Revisiting the character Selena was an unexpected pleasure. I had forgotten how much I liked her in the film and I am always of fan of strong, independent female leads. Still struggling with grief over her previous losses, Selena has grown more distant and callous since the end of the film. What motivates her to return to London is slowly revealed during the long trek back. Her relationships, both past and present, also take center stage and this book did a lot to further flesh out her character. The trench coat and mask make a return as well. Dig it.I enjoyed the artwork and felt that it was consistent throughout. I was originally nervous when I read that a total of 6 separate artists (including Declan Shalvey, Alejandro Aragon, Marek Oleksicki, Leonardo Manco, Ron Salas, and Pablo Peppino) all contributed to the book, but those concerns were unfounded. The art seemed uniform on the whole and there were no jarring or dramatic changes in the style to be found. So here is your excuse to return to London. Just remember to keep quiet, don’t go out after dark, and never ever get bit.

  • Colona Public Library
    2018-10-11 01:03

    If you like the 28 Days Later movie, you will definitively like this graphic novel. Selena is the only character from the movie that is in this novel. Selena is currently living in Scotland and is contacted by an American journalist who wants to go London and report about the Outbreak. She is reluctant to go back, but finally agrees. The journalist gathers a group of other people to accompany them. As soon as they start out, they find trouble and it keeps on getting worse.I highly recommend this book. The illustrations are great and the story is fast moving. There is never a lull. ~April

  • Doublezerodomino
    2018-10-04 00:02

    Very fun read, true to story but I was dismayed by the love storyline for Selena and the many many many illogical decisions made by the characters. There were some scenes that were difficult to interpret by the way they were drawn, it seems as if the story were made for film instead of graphic novel. Collection was good, the art was excitingly bloody. The artists took liberty with rage zombie costume design in a way the movie couldn't though. In all it gets three stars instead of four because the relationship felt forced and unnecessary and their desicions were so terrible. Selena FTW

  • Amanda (WarpedSweetness)
    2018-09-25 00:09

    I really, really, really liked this. I was a big fan of the movie 28 Days Later, and I really liked how this series connected that movie to 28 Weeks Later. I liked Selena's character in the movie, but she was such an even more awesome bad@$$ in this! I could have honestly done without the love story; I mean I got why they were throwing it in there, but personally I could have done without it. Sometimes the art was...eh, but it was violently awesome and well-done despite how I felt about the drawings. In all, if you're a fan of zombies or the 28 movies, or you're just looking for something bloody violent then pick this up!!

  • A
    2018-10-02 03:56

    Loved it! If you are a fan of the movies, or horror comics in general you will definitely enjoy this series. The story is captivating, and keeps you on the edge of the page the entire time. You will get heavily invested in the characters along their journey. The way the narrative completely bridges the first movie into the second movie is beautiful! On top of that, the illustrations are extremely beautiful. I just loved the entire thing, the whole way through.

  • Sofia
    2018-09-30 20:58

    4⭐

  • I DRM Free
    2018-09-22 01:51

    28 Days Later is a comic book series based on the movies 28 Days Later and 28 Weeks Later. The comics are set between the two movies.It’s a really good read if you like The Walking Dead or 28 Days Later/28 Weeks Later movies. This comic book series is about Selena, one of the 3 survivors from 28 Days Later movie.Selena is a smart bad ass woman who can handle herself in a fight, especially a fight with Undead. Michonne? Michonne who? Selena predates Michonne from The Walking Dead as a kick ass women protagonist, However I think Selena wasn’t quite portrayed as the bad ass she is until this comic series which was written years after Michonne made a name for herself in The Walking Dead.This series is about a Journalist and his team trying to enter London to “get the real scoop” or whatever other fake journalistic jargon you can imagine from movies. They bring Selena along as a guide to try to get them into London and out again alive. And as in standard fare for this kind of stuff, things don’t go as planned from the very beginning. And unfortunately the US Government has some “smart ideas” and have the area quarantined and are busy doing “smart government things” that they probably shouldn’t be doing.I have to say this series is a really good series of comics if you like The Walking Dead at all. Definitely look into it. I kinda wish they would do more with this universe and expand this series to more areas of the world as they become infected.Unlike The Walking Dead which is available DRM Free, this one isn’t. So -1 for DRM.

  • Robert
    2018-09-30 01:49

    I liked how it focused on Selena from the first film and added a little backstory to her character and gave her a pretty good conclusion. I don't like how Jim and the daughter were brushed under the rug with maybe two line mentions for their future/where they are now. I also didn't like how Selena basically brushed the second film and got off Scot(pun intended) free.Otherwise it's a good companion to both films. Bridges both of them pretty well.

  • Joy
    2018-09-23 00:45

    I still can't figure out the purpose of their trip, considering how everything worked out. A lot of the plot seemed contrived and forced. There were also a lot of plot holes. It was, however, an entertaining zombie comic and very well drawn, so worth reading to the end.

  • John Purdy
    2018-10-09 04:03

    What 28 Weeks Later should have been.

  • Nomad nimrod
    2018-09-25 01:11

    Enjoyed it lot more than thought.

  • Nick
    2018-10-09 01:01

    The film shows HOW the virus is made. If you want to know WHY it's made and follow Selena back into Infected territory, read it!

  • Mike
    2018-10-03 04:11

    A nice, solid delve into a movie character.the British version of Michonne.